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Main » 2006 » July » 22 » V.A. - Ya Gotta Have Moxie! vols 1 & 2
V.A. - Ya Gotta Have Moxie! vols 1 & 2
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As you know in 60's
there  were a million of music diamonds,
so get them to have some of them !!
Must  for all 60's garage maniacs !!!


Ya  Gotta Have Moxie! vol. 1
CD 1

1 The Avengers - Open Your Eyes

2 The  Badd Boys - Never Going Back To Georgia

3 The Basooties - You Didn't Try To  Call Me

4 The Bassmen - The Last Laugh

5 The Bassmen - I Need You

6 The  Beatin' Path - Original Nothing People

7 Beau Hannon - Who's Got The Right Of  Way

8 The Beaver Patrol - E.S.P.

9 Beer - Some Kinda Rich Girl

10 Bees  - Leave Me Be

11 The Big Town Boys - August 32nd

12 The Birdwatchers - I'm  Gonna Love You Anyway

13 The Black Sheep - It's My Mind

14 Boo Boo &  Bunky - Turn Around

15 The Boy Blues - Coming Down To You

16 Brand "X" -  She Lied

17 The Brave New World - It's Tomorrow

18 The Bruthers - Bad  Love

19 The Bush - Don't You Fret

20 Cave Dwellers - Meditation

21 The  Centurys - Hard Times

22 Les Chantels - Shaggy Baggy Joe

23 Les Chantels -  Have You Ever Felt Blue

24 The Chayns - Why Did You Hurt Me

25 The  Checkerlads - Baby Send For Me

26 The Checkerlads - Shake Yourself Down

27  Cheques - To Stone


CD 2

1 Cherry Slush - I Cannot Stop You

2  Children - This Sportin' Life

3 Chocolate Balloon Company - Gotta Get  This

4 The Outcasts - 1523 Blair

5 The Chosen Few - Asian Chrome

6  Chris Morgan & The Togas - Would You Believe (Love Is Dead)

7 The Chylds  - Hay Girl

8 The Cindermen - Don't Knock It

9 The Claytons - Puttin' Me  On

10 The Cobras - If I Can't Believe Her

11 The Collectors - Make It  Easy

12 The Communication Aggregation - Freakout USA

13 Country Classic  Esquires - Nashville Blues

14 The Country Gentlemen - Saturday Night

15  Dan Atello - Questions I Cannot Answer

16 The Deepest Blue - Pretty Little  Thing

17 The Deepest Blue - Somebody's Girl

18 The Defiant 4 - Away From  Home

19 Destiny's Children - For Me

20 Destiny's Children - The  Collectors

21 Dewayne & The Beldettas - Hurtin

22 The Distant Cousins  - She Ain't Lovin' You

23 Don & The Agitators - Going Back Home

24 The  Down 5 - I'm Takin' It Home



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You Gotta Have Moxie! vol. 2
CD 1

1 Ebb Tides - Seance

2 Eddie &  The Showmen - Come On Babe

3 Eddie & The Showmen - Danny Boy

4 Eddie  & The Showmen - Sheila

5 The Edge Of Darkness - Mean Town

6 Eggheads -  (Why Don't You Stop) Foolin' Around

7 Electric Train - Try Harder

8  Electric Train - Through Winter & Sunshine

9 The Emergency Exit - Why  Girl

10 Enchanted Forist - It Don't Mean A Thing Anymore

11 The Escapades  - Mad Mad Mad

12 The Ethics - (A Whole Lot Of) Confusion

13 Evergreen  Blues - Three's A Crowd

14 The Fifth Order - Goin' Too Far

15 Five Cards  Stud - Everybody Needs Somebody

16 The Five Of Us - Hey You

17 49th  Parallel - You Do Things

18 The Fountain Of Youth - Don't Blame Me (For  Trying)

19 The Gentlemen Wild - You Gotta Leave

20 H.B. & The  Checkmates - Louise, Louise

21 Heart Attacks - Babba Diddy Baby

22 Huns -  Long Way Around

23 Huns - The World You Cannot Hide From

24 Huns - I've  Got You On My Mind

25 Huns - I Gotta Move

26 The Individuals - Monkey On  My Back

27 J. Michael & The Bushmen - I Need Love

28 The Jackasses -  Sugaree


CD 2

1 Jerry & The Landslides - Get Off Of My Roof

2  Jimmy Solley - I Just Gotta Get A Little More Sleep

3 The Laymen - Practice  What You Preach

4 The Legend - Portrait Of Youth

5 Limey & The Yanks -  Gather My Things And Go

6 The Little Boy Blues - It's Only You

7 The  Liv'in End - The Orange Rooftop Of My Baby's Mind

8 The Liv'in End - She's A  Teaser

9 Livin' End - You're My Woman

10 The Love Affair - Let Me  Know

11 The Magic Mushrooms - Never Let Go

12 Man-Dells - Bonnie

13  Meddy's People - Sha La La La Lee

14 The Mersey Men - I Can Tell

15 Michel  & The French Canadians - 'Cause I Believe

16 The Mops - Blind Bird

17  The Mystic Number National Bank - I Put A Spell On You

18 New Wing - I Need  Love

19 Nikita The K - Go Go Radio Moscow

20 One Eyed Jacks - Love

21  Other Side - Streetcar

22 The Perils - Hate

23 Petrified Forest - So  Mystifying

24 The Prodigal - You've Got Me

25 R. Rogues - The Sound

26  Rain - E.S.P.

27 Rain - Outta My Life

28 Randy & The Radiants - My Way  Of Thinking




In the late 1970s and 1980s,  the Moxie label was famous, or infamous, for its Boulders compilations of  obscure 1960s garage rock. Boulders was to Pebbles what Pebbles was to  Nuggets; an even rawer, more obscure approach to unearthing 1960s garage  music, in both the rarities unearthed and the fidelity and graphics of the  packages. More than a decade after Boulders' demise, AIP (which handles  the Pebbles series) is anthologizing its one-time rival, this first volume  presenting a whopping 52 songs (including one, the Checklads' "Shake  Yourself Down," that did not appear on the original Moxie series) on its  two CDs. The pressings of Boulders were notorious for their poor fidelity,  and to its credit AIP (not exactly a bastion of digitized sound itself)  have remastered from cleaner copies of these rarities when possible. This  is one of the better bulky garage anthologies, as it is more flexible  in its scope than many '60s punk comps (such as the later Pebbles  volumes), which usually stick to standard snotty rants. There are plenty  of those here, actually, but there are also some good folk-rockers, a  Sonny and Cher soundalike (Boo Boo and Bunky), a cover of a song from the  Mothers' Freak Out (the Basooties' "You Didn't Try to Call Me"), and a  single that sounds like a Freak Out wannabe (Communication Aggregation's  "Freakout USA"). There are also some touches of pop and soul, a in the  Cherry Slush's outstanding "I Cannot Stop You," and the Down 5's "I'm  Takin' It Home," produced by Jeff  Barry and Ellie  Greenwich. And there are a surprising number of entries recorded by  major labels. For pure '60s punk dementia, it doesn't get much hotter than  the Chocolate Moose's "Chocolate Moose Theme." The Avengers' "Open  Your Eyes," which affixes some hypnotic psychedelia to the Byrds'  jangle-folk-rock, is one of the great outstanding obscure mid-'60s singles  of all; the Birdwatchers' "I'm Gonna Love You Anyway," with its

neat  alternation of stomping verse and light British Invasion harmonies on the  chorus, had (unlike most of the stuff on Boulders) actual hit  potential.

~Richie Unterberger, All Music  Guide


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